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Churches in Bladen County

We have some great places to worship in Bladen County.  If you would like for your church to have an individual listing on this website contact (910)879-1029 or email bladenonlinesales@gmail.com For a complete listing of all the churches in Bladen County, NC  click here.

 

 

 


 

 


 

 


 

 

 


 

923 S. Poplar Street, Elizabethtown, NC


Baldwin Branch Offers Twirling Program

Elizabethtown –  The Baldwin Branch Missionary Baptist Church presents a baton twirling program entitled Twirlers For Christ.  It is designed to teach youth and teen girls twirling while promoting a Christian attitude, high self esteem, and positive social skills All youth are invited to join the program. READ MORE


 



Center Road Baptist Church


Ministry feeding the hungry with more than food 

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There are needs we all have from day to day. Some local people have found a way to help the hungry and downtrodden with more than food.  Second Chance Community Church, Love of Christ Ministries, Inc., and others are working together for the betterment of their community. READ MORE  


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Covenant Presbyterian Church

95 Mitchell Ford Rd.

Clarkton, NC 28433

Sunday School 9:30 am, Worship 10 am

Beliefs:  We believe Jesus is Lord of all and the only way of salvation, and the Bible is God’s revealed Word directing all aspects of our life.

Church Contact:  Annelle Waldron C.L.P.

910-918-1217

Email:  annellewaldron@gmail.com


Ministries for children at Dublin First Baptist Church

Calling all community members with children:

1.  Please bring your children to our AWANA program held on Sunday evenings from 5:00 p.m. until 7 p.m. The Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed classes help our children memorize Bible verses along with teaching how to have good fellowship and fun. READ MORE


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Sandy Grove Baptist Church

8299 NC 242 Highway South

Bladenboro, NC

Rev. Dr. William Cooper is Pastor


Mt. Zion A.M.E. Zion Church

807 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.

Elizabethtown, NC 28337

Church Phone: (910) 247-6579

Email: mtzionamezion@aol.com

Rev. Edwin M. Ferguson


Greater McKoy’s Chapel, Inc.

284 Center Road

Dublin, NC

Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. and morning worship at 11:00 a.m.  Sunday morning

Pastoral Sunday’s are 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sunday’s

1st Sunday is Deacon and Deaconess Day or Ministers and Christian Women’s Day

Y. P. C. W. is taught at 6 p.m. 

Bible Study taught at 7 p.m. on Wednesday’s

Dr Delora A. LeSane, Pastor.


Foundation Bible Church

http://www.cometothefoundation.org/


HOW THIS NORTH CAROLINA CONGREGATION BECAME A MISSIONAL, MULTIPLYING CHURCH  READ MORE


Greater Vision Free WillBaptist Church, 329 Singletary Mill Pond Road, Bladenboro NC 28320 –Rev. Jerry “Bo” Wilkins Jr. 


Bethlehem United Methodist Church
72 Bethlehem Church Rd
White Oak, NC  28399


Live Oak United Methodist Church
832 Live Oak Methodist Church Rd
White Oak NC 28399



 

Windsor United Methodist Church
12863 NC Hwy 242 N
Elizabethtown NC  28337


Bladen Charge Churches Office
PO Box 96
White Oak NC  28399
910-866-5117


First Baptist Church

 521 Martin Luther King Jr St

Bladenboro NC


 

White Oak Family Worship Center  1932 Burney Rd. White Oak, NC 28399
Ministries for all ages  For more information call church parsonage (910) 866-5343
Service times Sunday School 10:00  Worship 11:00
1st & 3rd Sunday Evening 6:00 PM
Wednesday Adult Bible  Study, CrossFire Youth, Kids R.O.C.K. 7:00 PM
Pastors:Bill & Sue Tatum


Almost Daily Prayer
By Rev. Chris Denny

One Life’s Impact

Lord  Jesus,
this year I have been reflecting
on the impact one life can make.

Yes, I’m mindful of your life
and how the world has changed
because of your coming.
The poem, One Solitary Life by James Allan Francis,says it so well.

But this year
I have been thinking
about another life — my life.

Lord Jesus,
I certainly don’t even begin to think
I’ll have the same
world-changing impact that you have had.

But I wonder:
In what way has my life today
made a positive difference in the life of another?
One life touching one life for Your sake.

That’s my prayer this Christmas.
As I seek to follow the Christ of Christmas,
may my life today
make a positive difference
in one other life.

May it be so
by your grace today.
Amen.

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